SPEAKERS + LFD AMPS: Preowned compatible combos #001 (Celestion)

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Celestion-44-Ditton-Loudspeakers-and-grills-/132051282803?hash=item1ebedeab73:g:cGsAAOSwciVXQF4m NB: This choice, and all the following ones are based on direct personal experience. By this I mean I have owned or borrowed similar units to use with my various LFD Audio amplifiers. The above recommendation worked well for me and assuming the seller is being truthful about the condition, then on the face Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Preferred LFD Audio amplification for Harbeth 30.1

Soon I will have Harbeth m30.1  and which amp do you prefer for classical music LFD zero le mk 1v or signature ? My personal preference, in the circumstances you describe is the lower priced Zero IV. I can’t explain why, but that’s the way I ‘feel’ it. If I were a ‘civilian’ albeit know Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Can their NCSE sort out the Harbeth 40.1 “bass bump”?

I have been seeking for my audio nirvana and came across your name and company. I want to finally settle down with my hifi system and start to listen to the music. My system is based around Harbeth Monitor 40.1 (powered by Karan KAI 180) and I am experiencing exactly the same problem as you Read More →

LFD AUDIO: USA Zero LE IV owner uncomfortable with USA Harbeth prices seeks advice, sympathy, guidance.

Hi there. I am an LFD user, Zero LE Mk4. Very happy here in Carson City USA. Using used old Harbeth spks. Love the sound but US prices for new Harbeths are too steep for my taste and pocket. I know it’s a tall order but can you suggest home grown spks that capture or Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Suitable models for use with Harbeth Super HL5 Plus

Dear Mr. Howard, Sorry for my bad English. I have a Harbeth super HL5 Plus and is time to buy new amplification. I listhenig almost vynil and my turntable is a platine verdier. I whant your advice in amplification and phono stage. Integrate or pré power ? My gool is to make a equelibrate sistem Read More →

LFD AUDIO: NCSE driving Sonus Faber Guarneri speakers

I have a pair of original sf Guarneri. do you think the ncse has the current output to control them properly ? I am loathe to go down the conventional route of buying a large WS amp Looking at the specification of the Sonus Fabers in conjunction with those of the NCSE on paper it Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Zero LE III into 4 ohm speakers in general and Sonus Faber in particular

Howard – would the Zero Mk III and its 60wpc output be enough to work with 4ohm speakers? I am thinking of pairing it with Sonus Faber Cremona Auditor M bookshelf speakers. LFD amplification works effortlessly into 4 ohm speakers and is a particularly fine match with SF speakers in general and the Cremona in Read More →